BuddhiBox Essential Oils Box Review + Coupon – February 2019
BuddhiBox has had a subscription box for yoga and meditation for years, but they launched BuddhiBox Essential Oils, a monthly aromatherapy/meditation subscription. Every month, subscribers receive various essential oils and crystals that support a specific guided meditation, which is also included.
BuddhiBox also offers a monthly Yoga Box and quarterly Jewelry Box options. Check out our reviews of those boxes here!
This is a review of the BuddhiBox Essential Oils box, which is $16.95 a month.
This box was sent to us at no cost for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: BuddhiBox Essential Oils
The Cost: $16.95 a month
The Products: In each box, you will receive one (1) essential oil, healing crystal(s), a guided meditation and two (2) samples which harmonize with the rest of the box.
Ships to: U.S. for free, Canada for $9.99
February 2019 BuddhiBox Essential Oils Box Review
BuddhiBox always includes a card with a mantra or saying on it. On the reverse is this month’s packing list. Most of the products they include are cruelty-free, organic, vegan, or more than one!
The Dreaming Yogi Meditation Access — Listed Retail Value $10.00
Included this month is a small card with a link to meditation led by Meli, the Dreaming Yogi. The mediation is a little over 5 minutes long, so it is short enough to fit into your day but long enough to be meaningful.
Dreaming Yogi Bath Bomb – Listed Value $10.00
This egg-shaped bath bomb is really cute. It turned my bath water a milky white and left my skin smelling of lavender and feeling soft. I think the listed value of $10 is rather high, but this did seem to be a quality product.
Kheops Reiki “Love” Votive Candle — Retail Value $1.95, Listed Value $5.00
This box always lists these candles for significantly more than their actual retail, which I still don’t understand. Regardless, I love that these votives are a consistent product in this box. Some of the scents are not my favorite, but more often than not I really adore them. This one is the “love” blend, and it smells of roses, cloves, lavender, and patchouli. I have been putting each of these votives in a small votive holder which greatly extends their burn time since it keeps them from melting apart. I am excited to burn this super feminine scent this evening when I get home.
Chevron Amethyst – Listed Value $10.00
Again, the listed value on this one seems inflated to me for a smaller stone. Aside from that qualm, this stone is really very pretty. It is actually the perfect size for your pocket or bra (no judgment zone) if you like to carry crystals around throughout your day. Amethyst is a cleansing stone, which makes it perfect as we journey towards spring, a time of renewal and a great time to dust out the negative cobwebs from your life.
‘Uplift’ Essential Oil Blend – Retail Value $8.95, Listed Value $10.00
I love adding to my essential oil collection and I really think this blend smells wonderful. It is a bright mix of bergamot, lemon, orange, lime, tangerine, mandarine, and lemongrass. It smells like pure sunshine! I love a citrus oil blend in my kitchen diffuser, especially when combined with lavender oil. It is one of those scents that s both relaxing and mentally stimulating and I highly recommend it!
The Verdict: BuddhiBox Essential Oil Box had some gems this month for me. I love love love the oil and the candle. I am never sad about adding a pretty new crystal to my collection either. The bath bomb was a nice touch, especially in a box with a self-care theme. My only issue with this box is that the listed prices on the card can be so inflated and there is no need for that. It always has high-quality products that meet or exceed the relatively low box cost, so I just don’t get the need.
To Wrap Up:
Value Breakdown: This box costs $16.95 + free shipping, which means that each of the 4 items in the box (minus the meditation) has an average cost of $4.24.
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
What do you think of the February BuddhiBox?